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at home until the kids were out of college, at which point she went to law school and the second half of her life was spent working as a lawyer. she practiced law. >> when did you leave south dakota? >> i moved away when i was 14 years old. i finished high school in southern illinois. it is where my father was on the faculty. then i went off to college, went to harvard, majored in economics, and came down to new york. i worked briefly for the founder and chairman of ecs. i have been at "fortune" virtually my entire career. i have been doing short reports that are carried on. the cbs radio stations, they are wonderful. these are small reports. everything on news radio is short. but i do a couple of those every day. >> allan sloan? >> i am the polar opposite. i grew up in brooklyn, new york. i went to brooklyn college. it was free. my father worked primarily for a nonprofit organization. my mom worked before they were married. she did business out of her home, our home, when the kids were there. that is when i learned how to count. i helped her. it was heavy clerical stuff. i got to the
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